using wikitude on iPhone

I’ve been exploring the use of wikitude augmented reality web browser on the iPhone. The scenario would be to develop a set of POI’s around a building which include learning materials provided by staff, and student generated material. The first task was to better understand how the student might use the software. I was particularly interested in the screen settings. It appears wikitude is designed to be as inclusive as possible, which is great, however, it does lead to a slight problem when designing learning activities. This is you need to turn off some of the information sources. In addition, support information will need to be provided about reducing the noise from POIs not included in the learning activity. For instance, reducing the radius, to as small a distance as possible.

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